380.671.01 ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY--CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, INTERVENTIONS
Addresses aspects of adolescent fertility, sexual behavior, and reproductive health, including its social and economic roots, its relationship to cultural change, and its individual, developmental etiology. Explores consequences of early fertility, emphasizing interventions and their assessment and the effects of public policy. Focuses mainly on the U.S., although comparisons are made with other developed and less-developed countries. Emphasizes developing skills useful in real-world public health practice.
- Tuesday 3:30 - 4:50
- Thursday 3:30 - 4:50